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Ordering Your Steak Well-Done Like a Baby Is Also Bad for Your Health

On Sunday, we learned Donald Trump eats his steak well-done with ketchup. If you’ve ever eaten steak—in Trump’s case, an expensive, tender piece of New York strip—you probably know that well-done with ketchup is simply not the way to go. The president should give medium-rare a try, not only for the sake of his palette, but because eating overcooked meat may increase your risk of cancer according to almost 50 studies. Read More >>

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Apple ‘Looking Into’ Exploding iPhone 7 After Smoking Hot Video Goes Viral

On Wednesday an Arizona teen tweeted a video of her iPhone 7 Plus smouldering in its thick plastic case after it apparently exploded. Apple is “looking into it,” according to a company spokesperson. Read More >>

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The President of the United States Owns 3,643 Websites Including IHateTrumpVodka.com

Over the years, the Trump Organization has invested in thousands of domain names for potential business ventures, political campaigns, and often, simply in an attempt to be a step ahead of the haters or cover his tracks if things went awry. DonaldTrumpSucks.com, IHateTrumpVodka.com, TrumpRussia.com, and TrumpFraud.org are part of the president’s vast portfolio. Read More >>

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New York’s City-Funded Tech Hub Looks Like a Prison Built by Ikea

On Friday, New York City mayor Bill de Blasio released the latest designs for the Union Square Tech Hub, a $250 million project that aims to “create a central convening point for technology training and networking” as the Big Apple tumbles into the increasingly digital future. As evidenced in the designs released by the mayor’s office, 14th street’s new tech tower looks like what would happen if you asked Ikea to build a white-collar prison. Read More >>

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Ex-Uber Engineer Says the Company Has a Culture of Sexual Harassment

Uber is not known for treating its drivers particularly well, but it gets worse: According to allegations from an ex-engineer Susan J. Fowler, the ridesharing app has a culture of misogyny, and threatened to fire her after she reported sexual harassment. Uber CEO Travis Kalanick has already responded to the allegations, saying in a statement to Gizmodo, “What she describes is abhorrent and against everything Uber stands for and believes in.” Read More >>

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‘£80,773’ Harambe Cheeto Is Everything Stupid About the Internet

A little over a week ago, seller valuestampsinc posted a listing on eBay for a Flaming Hot Cheeto vaguely resembling Harambe. On Monday, this inevitably became a viral story due to its exorbitant price—the final, winning big is a whopping $99,900 (£80,773). Read More >>

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Hacker Claims He Hacked 150,000 Printers to ‘Raise Awareness’ About Hacking

=Over the weekend, a hacker who goes by the name Stackoverflowin claimed he hacked 150,000 insecure printers in an effort “to raise everyone’s awareness towards the dangers of leaving printers exposed online without a firewall or other security settings enabled.” Read More >>

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36 Australian Beaches Unsafe for Swimming Due to Human Shit

Australia’s Environmental Protection Authority issued a warning to steer clear of all 36 beaches in Melbourne, Australia’s second biggest city, due to a “poor” water quality rating, which turns out, is code for poo. This is not the first time this has happened. Read More >>

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Doctors Pull Live Cockroach From Woman’s Skull After Complaints of ‘Crawling Sensation’

On Tuesday, a 42-year-old Indian woman went to the hospital, complaining of an extremely painful “tingling, crawling sensation.” After being transferred three times, doctors determined that there was a “foreign body that seemed to be mobile” in her head. Read More >>

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Individualist Ants Better Their Colonies’ Future by Dreaming Big

Capitalists everywhere rejoice—a new study published in the Proceedings of The Royal Society B has found that individualism and fussiness pay off in the ant world. The study, published Wednesday, examined rock ants choose a new home after their nests get destroyed. According to New Scientist, researchers found that “some ants are so different in their personal preferences that they may act as the imagination of the colony, driving it on to a better future.” Remind you of any of the great tech gods—the billionaires who brighten our planet with their innovative minds? Thought it would. Read More >>

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Elon Musk on Digging Big-Ass Tunnel: ‘We Have No Idea What We’re Doing’

Disruption is a core tenet of the tech industry. Presumably, this is why billionaire entrepreneur and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has embarked on a new project to disrupt solid ground. Over the weekend, Musk began digging a big-ass hole on SpaceX properties to start testing out how to build a high-speed tunnel underneath Los Angeles. Read More >>

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Dating App Creates Service for People Who Are Too Lazy to Make Dates

These days there isn’t much we can all agree on, but here’s a perennial truth: online dating isn’t easy. If you’re looking for love and haven’t found any luck on Tinder or similar platforms, the dating app Hinge is testing a new service for the online dater who thinks sex is cool but way too time-consuming. It’s called Audrey. Business Insider reports the service costs a steep $99 a month (around £80), though Hinge was not able to confirm that figure with Gizmodo. Read More >>

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When You Search ‘Asshole’ on Twitter, President Trump’s Profile Is the First Result

Wednesday night, a number of Twitter aficionados noted that when you search “asshole”—as well as “fascist,” “bigot,” and “racist”—on Twitter, the first result is the account of none other than US president, Donald J. Trump. Sad! Read More >>

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Wikileaks Suddenly Wants to Vet This ‘Donald Trump’ Guy

After Wikileaks spent most of the election focusing on revealing emails from Hillary Clinton and her constituents, the organisation has taken a sudden interest in the guy who now sits in the oval office. On Sunday, the Julian Assange-led organisation invited its followers to leak Trump’s tax returns to them—which Kellyanne Conway confirmed the administration would not release the documents on ABC’s “This Week.” Read More >>

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Wild Ape Learns to Use Saw and Quickly Becomes Competitive Dick

In the latest episode of BBC’s Spy in the Wild, a robot ape equipped with a spycam happens upon a wild orangutan that recently found a saw. She uses it with a stunning level of mastery, given the fact that she’s an orangutan. But wait, there’s more. Read More >>